5 edition of Women don"t count found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 263-278).
|Statement||Pamela K. Brubaker.|
|Series||American Academy of Religion academy series ;, no. 87|
|LC Classifications||BV639.W7 B78 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 278 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||278|
|ISBN 10||1555409571, 155540958X|
|LC Control Number||94002380|
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Men ask for what they want twice as often as women do and initiate negotiation four times more, report economist Linda Babcock and writer Sara Laschever in the footnoted but engaging Women Don't vivid research examples drawn from cradle, classroom and playground, the authors detail culture as the culprit in discouraging women from negotiating on their own behalf.
For most publishers, a book is “novel-length” when it’s betw andwords. At a writers conference I recently attended, publishing veteran Jane Friedman s words is good for most fiction, be isn’t novel length territory, and aboveis likely too much. Writer’s Digest recomme to. Melanie Well, this book is less about strategies and more about background on why women don't negotiate as much as men and why their negotiations aren't as more Well, this book is less about strategies and more about background on why women don't negotiate as much as men and why their negotiations aren't as successful.
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